Politika is the oldest and most trusted newspaper in Serbia, while Radio Television of Serbia 1 has the largest viewing shares of any free-to-air TV channel. B92 is a popular news webcast and Tanjug is the state-owned news agency. Serbian news outlets tend to be centered around Belgrade.
Politika and Danas are considered to be the "newspapers of record" in the country. Additionally, 24 Sata is a noted free daily newspaper. Two popular news magazines are NIN and Vreme. Following Tanjug, Beta and Fonet are two other news agencies. An online edition of the printed daily, Blic is the second-most popular national website.
Belgrade Insight is one of the country's most well-respected sources of independent news. Radio Television Serbia features general interest news in several formats and on a national level. Radio Belgrade 1, 2 and 3 are the largest radio broadcasters in the country, followed by Medunarodni Radio Srbija. These stations are also state-owned. International Radio Serbia is another large, internationally monitored news outlet.
RTV and RTV Panonija are two widely available outlets for Novi Sad, the country's second-largest city. Dnevnik is Novi Sad's only major daily printed in Serbian. Though slightly less popular, Novi Sad also hosts Magyar Szó, a Hungarian-language newspaper.